Medical care, especially for children and new mothers is a main focus of the Divine Will Foundation. Currently we support hospitals in India, Nigeria and soon in Sri Lanka as well as a newly opened medical clinic in Fiji. The largest hospital facilities being located in India focus on children with congenital heart disease. All services are always provided completely free of cost by any institution supported by DWF.

Sai Prema Foundation Fiji (SPFF) is a Non-Government Organization (NGO) founded to serve the poor and underprivileged people of Fiji through medical, educational and social service initiatives.Click to Read More »
The medical services provided in India have already saved the lives of over 6500 children by providing surgeries that have corrected congenital heart defects. With massive screening programs, support for pregnant mothers, newborns, and medical camps held in rural villages; the services are already reaching tens of thousands with plans to expand exponentially.Click to Read More »
Aruike Specialty Hospital (ASH) is a desperately-needed, modern, well-equipped facility that meets the urgent health needs of village areas. This critically important facility delivers free quality health care to those in need free of any cost and without discrimination on any basis.Click to Read More »
Having completed the first phase of development, the Sri Sathya Sai Karunalayam Medical Centre (Out Patients Services), provides medical services and medication to patients completely free of cost. Serving the poor in an area ravaged by civil war, Karunalayam provides screening and treatment services with a plan to expand to a full hospital in the near future.Click to Read More »

The Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Medical Centre in Clarksdale, Mississippi was inaugurated on June 19th, 2019 amongst the community. The clinic offers both in-person clinic visits as well as telemedicine visits from a variety of medical practitioners specializing in healthcare for women and children. All care is provided free of cost.

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